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The Lynbrook Recreation Center is hosting a special Valentine’s Day zumba class on Feb. 14. more
Children in kindergarten through third grade are welcome to make a craft and listen to stories at the East Rockaway Public Library on Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. more
Sixth- through 12th-graders can play after school bingo at the Lynbrook Public Library on Feb. 9 at 3:45 p.m. more
Niki Sorrentino decided to take time out of her busy schedule as a student at Touro Law School and as a paralegal at New York City-based Zodiac Finance on Jan. 20, to sing at a fundraiser for Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County, on the closing night of her cabaret show, “Filthy Gorgeous.” more
Here is the latest crime and arrest report courtesy of the Lynbrook Police Department. more
Pat and Marty Kielawa are two Valley Stream natives who first met at the Valley Stream pool in the summer of 1966. Pat, who is now 65, said she was with a group of girls, and somebody from her friends’ group knew someone from his friends’ group. Marty, who is now 67, then worked as the mailman in her parents’ neighborhood in south Valley Stream. They were married on Nov. 5, 1978. more
The application for a new superintendent for Valley Stream School District 24 opened early in January, and will close on March 1. As of Jan. 31, about 20 candidates had applied for the position through District Wise Search Consultants’ website. more
Journalists meet a number of people with unusual backgrounds. An author isn’t necessarily just an author. He might also be a singer and songwriter. Or perhaps he’s a cable TV executive. He might be a boxer or fight promoter. Or he might be all of those. If that’s the case, then you’ve probably met Arnie “Tokyo” Rosenthal. more
Alex Gamelin, an ice dancer who grew up in North Merrick and trained in Bellmore, has dreamed of competing in the Winter Olympics since he and his sister, Danielle, first strapped on skates at age 7, according to his father, Lee. more
Judge Christopher Quinn approached the bench at the Nassau County Courthouse on Tuesday afternoon. All rose. “There will be no outbursts,” he told the dozens seated in the packed rows. After a nearly two-week trial to decide whether Rockville Centre Police Officer Anthony Federico criminally assaulted a village resident, Quinn read his verdict, finding Federico not guilty on all counts. more
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